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THK DAILY CAIltO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNlNti MAY 27, 1884.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
lumbago. Backache, Hcadajrhe. Toothache,
(lore Tliroat. ellin?. Mpriitns. Hruises,
Hums. clU. Frost lilies.
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Because it oleansoa the system of the poison
ous humors that developo in Kidney aud Uri
nary Diseases, Biliousness, Jaundice, Constipa
tion, Piles, or in Boeumatiam, Neuralgia, Ner
vous lukordore and all Female ComplaiuU,
t-6lLW I'lHMir OF THIS.
IT WILL SURELY CTOB
By causing FREE ACTION of all tho organs
and functions, thereby
CLEANSING the BLOOD
restoring the normal power to throw off disease.
TH0U8AN0S OF CASES
of the worst forms of these terrible diseases
have been quickly relievud, and in a short time
rnuT, )i. 1.10,111) or hut, hold hi uia'GGiSTS.
Dry can be sent by mail,
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Who want slossy, luxuriant
suul wavy Ircssos or abundant,
beautiful Hair must use
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CHIMIN,, iilili If 11"""
ffiiilciH'v mill keeniiiir it in
anv desired jinsifion. LVan
iifiil, JienKJiy Hair is the. sure
result of using Jiiithahon.
Regeneration lor fjifcebled Systems,
SulTerim? from a incral want of tone, and Its
usual cnucomitunts. dyt t-ps a tud nervousness.
is seldom derivih'.e f'o:n the use of a nounshl'g
diet and sUlinuH of appi-i :ie. nr. aide 1. A medl
cine that will ell et a removal of ilie specific, olcta.
cle to renewed health and vLjor. limt If a genuine
corrective, is tlie real i.eed. i is tin; possession
of this rrand requirement whlrh m ikes llosteitcr
S:omach liilt rs si en (live ae an lnvu'orant
Kor fale by all dm (.'.sis and dVilcrs generally.
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matLin, eual'l:l, h-tieiif
l'leurl.y I'aim, Mntoh in tKo
Side, lia'ka lie, Swollen Juints,
I lleait liwiw', ..re Mun-les,
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the mi'ile-Uinl virtuenof fre-h Hups, Hums, llalams and
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A SIMX'IAL CONSTABLE.
Two woiuori, sisters, kept tlio toll
bar at it villuo In Yorkshire. It stood
:ii:trt from tlio village, and they often
felt unua.sy atniht. bein lono women.
Ono day they rcuuived a considerable
sum of money, bequeathed them by a
relative nnd that set tho simple souls
all in a flutter.
They had a friend in the village, tho
blacksmith's wife; so they went and
told her their fears. She admitted that
theirs was a lonesome place, and she
would not live there, for one, without
a man. Her discourse sent them homo
The blacksmith's wife told her hus
band all ahotit it when he canio in for
his dinner. "The fools!" said he; "how
is anybody to know they have got brass
in tho house?"
"Well," sitid tho wife, "they make
no secret of it to me; but you need not
go for to tell it to all tlio town poor
"Not I," said the man; "but they
will publish it, never fear; leave wo
men folk alone for making their own
trouble with their tongues."
There tho subject dropped, ns man
and wife have things to talk about be
sides their neighbors.
The old women at tho toll-bar, what
with their own fears and their Job's
comforter, began to shiver with appre
hension as night came on. However,
at sunset the carrier parsed through
the gate, and at sight of his friendly
face they brightened up. They lold
him their care, and begged him to sleep
in the house that night. "Why, how
can I?" said lie; "I'm due at ; but
I will leave you my "log." Tho dog
was a powerful mastiff.
Tho women looked at each other ex
pressively. "He won't hurt us, will
lie?" sighed one of them, faintly.
- "Not he," said tho carrier, cheer
fully. Then ho called tho dog into the
house, and told them to lock tho door,
and went away whistling.
T he women were left contemplating
the dog with that tender interest ap
prehension is sure to excite. At first
lie seemed staggered at this oil-hand
proceeding of his master; it confused
him; tlieti he snuffed at the door; then,
as the wheels retreated, he began to
see plainly he was an abandoned dog;
he delivered a fearful howl, and Hew
at tho door, scratching and barking
The old women lied the apartment,
and were next seen tit an upper win
dow, screaming to the carrier, "Coiuo
back! come back. Julm! Jle is tearing
the house down.
JJrat the varmint!" said John, and
came back. On the road he thought
what was best to be dune. Tho good-
natured follow took his great coat out
of the cart and laid it down on tno
floor. Tho mastiff instantly laid him
self on it. "Now," said John, sternly,
let us have no more nonsense; you
take charge of that till I comu back,
and don't ye let nobody steal that
there, nor vet t' wives brass. I here,
now," said he, kindly, to the women,
I shall be back this wav breaKfast-
time, and he won't biuige till then."
"And he won t hurt us, John.J
"Lord, no! IJIess your heart, he is
as sensiuie as any v niisuan; omy,
Lord sake, woman don't ye go to take
the coat from him, or you'll be wanting
a new gown yours"lf, and maybe a pet
ticoat and all."
lie retired, and the old women kept
at a respectful distance from tneir pro
tector. He never molested them; and,
indeed, when they spoke cajoliugly to
him he even wagged his tail in a dub
ious way; but still, as they moved
about, he si printed at them out of his
bloodshot eye in a way mat cnecKea
all desire on their part to try on tho
Thus protected, they went to bed
earlier than usual, but they did not un
dress; they were too much afraid of
everything, especially their protector.
The night wore on, and presently their
sharpened senses let them know that
tho dog was getting restless; ho
snuffed, and then he growled, and then
he got up and pattered alwut, mutter
ing to himself. Straightway, with fur
niture, they barricaded the door
through which their protector must
pass to devour them.
15ut by and by, listening acutely, they
heard a"scraping and a grating outside
tho window of the room where tho dog
was, and ho continued growling low.
This was enough; they slipped out at
the back door, and left their money to
savo their lives; they got into tho vil
lage. It was pitch dark, and all tho
houses black but two; ono was tho
iiublic house, casting a triangular
irleam across the road a long way off,
and tho other was the blacksmith's
bouse. Here was a piece of for: una
for tho terrilied women. They burst
Into their friend's house. "Oh", Jane!
the thieves are come!" and they told
Iter in a few words all that had hap
"La!" said she; "how timorsomo you
arc! ten to one ho was only growling
at somo ono that passed by.
"Nay, Jane, wo heard the soi aping
outside tlio winuow. un, woman,
your man aud let him go with us.'
"My man ho is not hero."
"Whero is he. then?"
"1 stipposo ho is whero tho o'her
working-women's husbands are, at tho
public-house," said she, rather bitterly
for she had her exnerience.
Tim old women wunted to go to tho
putiiic-iiouse tor Iniu; but the black
smith's was a courageous Wiimatt
anil, besides, she thought it was most
likely a lalso alarm. "Nav, nav,
said she, "last time I went for him
there I got a line aflront. I'll corno
with you," said she. "I'll tako tho
poker, aud wo havo got our tonguos to
raise tho town with, 1 suppose." So
they marched to the toll-bur. When
they got near it they saw something
that staggered this heroine There
was actually a man half in and half
out of the window. This brought tho
blacksmith s wife to a stand-still, and
tho timid pair implored her to go back
to tho village. "Nay, nay," said she,
"what for? I see butone and bars!
it is my belief the dog la holding of
him." However, sho thought it safest
to bo on tho same sido with tho dog,
lest the man might turn on her. So
sho made her way into tho kitchen, fol
lowed by tho other two; and there a
sight met their eyes that chaived all
their feelings, both toward the robber
nnd toward each other. The great
mastiff had pinned a man by tho
throat, aud was pulling at him, to draw
liim through the window, with liorco
but mufllod snarls. The man's weight
alone prevented it. Tho window was
liko a picture-frame, and in that frame
there glared, with lolling tonguo and
starting eyes, the white face of tho
blacksmith, their courageous friend's
villainous husband. Sho uttered an
appalling scream, and Ilew upon the
dog and choked him with her two
hands. Ho held, and growled, and
toro till ho was all but throttlod him
self; then be let go and tho man fell.
Hut what struck the ground outside
liko a lump of lead was in truth a
lump of clay. Tho man was quite
ueau, ami iearnuiy torn about the
throat. So did a comedy end in an ap
palling and most piteous tragedy; not
that tho scoundrel himself descried
anv pity, but his poor, braver honest
wife, to whom he had not dared confide
the villainy ho meditated.
Congressmen's Poc ket-Hooks.
If some Adam Smith of household
financo would arise .to teach a senator
or representative how to live on $5,000
a year, he would confer an everlasting
boon on many of tho members of tho
congress of tho United States. Al
though Washington may bo called a
cheap place to live in, and for $5,0i0 a
yeax a family can bo supplied with
everything that reasonable persons de
sire. yet it must bo remembered that a
congressman does not often get his
OUO intact; and, besides that, there are
in Washington two scales of prices
one for permanent residents and one
for member of congress and foreign
diplomats. First come the election ex
penses. And a congressman who comes
out less thaft $1,000 out of pocket is
considered lucky. Then comes tho
journey of the family to Washington
for congress has not yet allowed mile
age to members1 families, although
after the late privato secretary indulg
ence nothing in the way of perquisites
need surprise nnybody. Next is tho
intermediary stage of hotel living until
a house or lodgings aro found. Thus,
before his lodgings aro secured and he
begins to have an idea of his monthly
expenses, a large chunk of the con
gressman's $5,000 a year is gone.
It does not take him long to lind out
that ho can't do with his income as well
as other people do. If he is in lodg
ings, his wife must havo a reception
day, and, no matter how simple the
scale on which it is conducted, a
waiter must be hired to hand in tho
cards, nnd there is usually some slight
refreshment. If the wife of a repre
sentative visits at all she has to visit a
great deal, and visiting means a car
riage Then there aro occasional din
ners, receptions at the white house and
elsewhere, which it is customary for rep
resentatives' wives to attend, and that
means costumes, gloves, and carriages.
There seems to be a kind of clairvoy
ance among everybody in Washington
who has anything to sell or to hire to
a member of congress or his family.
Tho wives of members generally be
come well known to the tradespeople
before long, and the butcher, the
baker, the candlestick-maker, tho dress
maker, the bonnet-maker, and the
maker of everything they eat and wear
combine against tho representative's
In the case of senators every circum
stance is aggravated. There being but
seventy-eight senators, nnd not all of
them paired, the senators' wives are
known as wen as tne vasningion
monument, and as most of them take
iniinito delight in having parcels ad
dressed to "Mrs. Senator Wank," the
innocent creatures give themselves
away to the shop people. Iho women
of sense who are senators' wives, and
feel the necessity of making their
money go as far as it ought, studiously
conceal tho fact that they are senators'
wives when they are "dealing," ns tho
negroes call shopping.
"It is as much as my life is worth,"
said ono quite solemnly, "to go into a
shop. I can hardly come out alive.
They would tako all my money; they
would garotc me, almost, rather than!
should come out with a sixpence, and
all because I married a senator." JV.
Conduct on the Scaffold.
The behavior of the Princess Monaco,
ono of the many victims of the French
revolution, on the morning of the exe
cution, will long be remembered for
her eccentricity and heroism. About
half au hour before the fatal summons
came, after having in vain endeavored
to procure a pair of scissors, sho broke
one of tho panes from tho window that
was in her room, and with a fragment
of the glass sawed off her hair, which
she delivered to a confidential friend,
to bo kept for her children; she then
took n pot of rouge, nnd with the ut
most deliberation applied some of it to
cadi of her cheeks, assigning as a rea
son for this extraordinary conduct that
if she happened to havo a moment of
weakness the populace, at least, should
not have the satisfaction of perceiving
it. The celebrated Mad. Roland's con
duct, under tho samo circumstance,
evinces perhaps a still stranger in
stance of greatness of mind in a fe
male. She was carried to the place of
execution in company with ono man
only, who seemed by no means recon
ciled to his fate; but, on the contrary,
showed symptoms of the most violent
terror; when they arrived at tho scaf
fold, Mad. Roland begged that ho
would ascend tho first, as she was well
convinced that ho had not sullicient
courage to witness her execution. "Be
sides, sir," added she, "you certainly
have too much good brooding to refuse
tho laat request of a ladv."
Monday Evening, May 26, 1884.
The weather is more like April than
May : variable and uticertalu with daily
and nightly showers.
Farmers in this vicinity are busy with
their plowing and pluuting, and are still
hopeful of making a corn crop.
The market is uusettled in soiue leading
articles and a break ii looked for, as it is
now nearing the dull season.
FLOUR Prices rule wnchanged but
weak, and the movement is very limited.
HAY Receipts have been largely in ex
cess ot the demand and prices are weak und
CORN Scarce and firm. The demand
for choice white millirg corn is active and
the market is bare.
OATS Plenty and quiet. Stocks are
in excess of the demand.
MEAL Firm and active. Scarcity of
corn keeps the city mills behind with
BRAN Steady and uucbanged.
BUTTER-Slow. The market i full of
country butter and trices are weak.
EGG3-Du!l. The market Is stocked
and the demand light.
CHICKENS-Stocks are large and the
demand limited. Prices are shaded.
BERRIES & VEGETABLES When
fresh sell readily on arrival at prices quoted.
POTATOES New are dull. Choice
I'eachblows are in request for seed.
Sales and Quotations.
NOTB. The prtres nore iiveu are ror sales from
Brsi liand In rouud lot. Ad advance Ii
eharved lor broken loisu. riillnvord, rs.
t 0 bids ixtra Fancy
300 !h In various grades
Km Kamdy - -
11) btils l-aucv
In) bbls choice
1 car gilt edge small hale
Vi ram (til elUe, small bale
'.'ca s mixed
9 cari choice
V"K .'i 50
.. 4 l.'g4
..is uoais 50
. 14 f15 0
Scars choice white In bulk..
i cars choice mixed In bulk..
:cars cu jlce white In bulk..
3 cars In bulk
3 cars choice Northern In bulk..
No. i Hed, uer bo....
No. t Medilersnesn.
Sim bbls Cltv on orders
4UJ bbls City "
VVi pounds choice Northern Dairy...
(too pounds choice Northern
600 pounds Southern Ills
4u0 pounds country 1.
8 0 dozen
1 coops CDOiccnen
A coops mixed
S coops hens
.a 75w no
,.i 5tji "0
Per hbl choice Ben Davis, nominal y.
" ' Hone Beauty, fame..
Small varieties, same
Choice Komanl is, tame
.5 ma on
,. 4 '
00 crates, fancy.
.1 orii ro
Jit-w potatoes, per bbl
Hiring beans, per box
S V3 00
.1 Otfil SJ.')
.1 C'gl 30
1'ease, per box....
..4 ooa iv)
..3 (Htfc 510
Peacb Blow per bush, ied
Barly Rose per bush ,
2 rxa3 00
. S Mu3 W)
. 1 KM ou
fotatoea per unl ,
3 0o45 do
rial r do..
H. C. Hams
SALT V EATS.
3 bushel burlaps
i bushel ' ...
DIM Kl) FltC'I't.
Peaches, halves and qaarters......
.a r.i3 f
i MK&. TI
Beaver pur pound
10 to 65
10 to 45
, 0 to 5
..... so to n riO
75 to III
8 to II
I 00 to V UU
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Sheep Pelts, uruen IVt?!
Damaged Hide H ot
Common Lug t- VVifc: "
Good Unci I M(t fi IV
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Meill.wn Lear .... IH"! 7 ?
(4o vl.el 7 Mkia V0
KATKS OK r Ki'li- li
drain Hmv K'oi r l'"rk
cwi. iscrtt. thiii. tfhbl.
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restorat ion to roltnhi henlth
snd vlu'oroiiN miiiihoiid In
-el(lu'r Htouiii. iL,ilriii.viii imr
in'iriiinenta. I histrcitinent of
Nervoiia Itnblllty and
I'll t Sll'i, I Ikll, V i.litiifriroiltf
snceessful becnuso lmid cm perfect diwnnsis,
new ii lid direct roe t hods and ah-olute I hoe.
onaliness, l ull iniimnstiiin nnd Treatise truu,
Ail.lress ( onsiiltintf riivsleinn of
MARSTON REMEDY CO., 46 W.14th St., New York.
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LLINOLS CENTRAL K. R
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Oliicajro.
'Llio Onlv Iino Jtuntnnu
O DAILY TKAiy
irVt"Tr ( In 5 fe
Makino Dikkct Connkction
I'KaiKS l.tve t'i'm,:
Ui 11 to, Mhil,
A rrlvlnj.' In St. Louie S 00 a.m.; Chicanx.S:-' pir.. ,
1 oni.ei.uii'.! at wdipand htltuirnain for 1 locir
null. I.ouirVille, luoituiHjjulis auij points East.
lU!:rj."i i. in. Kant !tt. I.ouiH ftrul
ile 11 r.xpreHD.
ArrivlnK ii. ft l.tiul-ii:lj p. m.,aad conuectln
lor all points vi e-i.
3:4 " p. 111. l-'ast Kx press.
Fur St. .o'i; un ! Chicago, arriving nt St. Louil
lo:l j p. in . and Chicago ', ::ii t. 111.
'.i -l.- j. m C 'iriiMiniHti Kxjiim-hh.
Arrlvliitf at Cincinnati ?:nu a. m. : Umievill, M
a. m ; liiiliai.up.i l- 4 n.s a m. I'tui-euert. bv
th.r Irani rem n the ab ve puiiits I to .'itj
Lol'l'.n in adani:e of any other route.
;-T!;e 3: r a. m. exures has PULLMAN
Sur.KI'i.Mi CAR from Cairo to Cincinnati, with
out change, and th' .tiL'h sleepers to St. Louis
aud Chi. ago.
Fast Timo ;nst.
'Uwiliriiiv ,y tl.-e.iii',K"thr.;4 te Kat.
l " I ll,l 1.1 tTU points Wltt.O'lt 4'1V delav
aiised hy S'.iiuisv intervening. T:i Saturdav alter
luon trail. Iroia airo arrives In new iti'k .W"idsy
norniei! at l":.fi. Thirty-six tienrs in advance ol
u' o'her rouu-.
i ff I', r throufh tirkets anil f'.rt'n : information
t ; 1 v si Liiuois Central l(ai:r".l I ' .pot. Cairo.
i. II. JON K. Ticel Au'ent
A. II. HANSON. Geu. Pars. Aet.l. (JhlesKO
R. K. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
MM IIS CENTRAL R. R.
JVatl .t Kt
Dnib . :
a-t. I rains
...2:2 1 a. n . tMall ;. 5 a. m.
..I'.M'i p. m . I -"Kx 1 nn 11.45. iu.
I2;i'i p. 111. I ot Louis Ei 2:I'i p. m.
It. K (Siillllieili JllVli-lnlH
....4 4'. a.m I N. o. Kx ..'1:10 . m.
... lo: i a m . N . o. Ki , . . li :10 a.m.
...3 lj p.m. I tN. o. Ex 4 ) p.m.
HT. I.. 4 I. M. It. H.
..f:i p.m. Rxnre.s 2:30 p.m.
W., ST. I., ft P. U. It.
'Moll A Ex.
. 9 Jip.m.
.h 4'i p.m.
. 9:10 p.m
M"I11LK. 4 101 10 n.
ept Mic. ay . t D.iilv
T I M n f AK1)
DKI'Ain URE ( F .MAILS.
Arr at t Dep're
P. U. I fin PC
I. C. P.. li
h .ol u.a.1). ' a. m. ,
3 p . m
9 p. m
fi a. ru.
9 -.10 am
4 p. id.
" (wsv malli
" (Southern Dlv
Iron Mountain R Jt
Wabash It. R
Texas A St. Loirs R. R..,
St. Lou.s A C ,iro R. !...,
Miss Liver arrives Wed ,
P f). cer del. ou i) from..
4 --.H p.m.
5 p. m.
10 p. m.
7 p. m
5 p. in.
2 p. m.
sat A .Mou.
i-rl. & Sun.
7 :ao am to 7:'1 pm
P.O. box Cel. on.11 troin ....
Sundays een. del. open from,
Sundays tx.x del. open from.
..ti a. m. to v p. m.
.." a. m. to lo a. m.
. .ti a. m. to l'':.l" ara
be published from
tune to HID' In city papers
Chance vo'ir cards ac
WM. M.Ut'Kl'UY. P. M
T Ii HI
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organizefl December, lflfl.l, Under the
Law of lei I! 3.
Sin;ccss.,r to Widows and Orphans Mutual Aid So
ciety, organized July 4th, 1877, under
I... 1. ..t ,ir.a
1111; lano ui lui-,
JOHN' II. IIOp.INSON.
WM. S I KATr N
J. A. tiiiLuSTINB....
C. W. DU sMMI
HOARD 01-' DIRECTORS for Ut YEAR.
Wm. Strmtoti, Strstton Bird, i-ro-ers. Cairo, 111.,
J. A. (,onl-tine, ott.oidstlnu & Ruseiiwater, w hole
sale and refill drv KoodiC W. Dunning. M. I).;
Pres. lid. Med hx., for pensions; Albert Lewis,
commlssloii merchant; ,1. H. Rohineon, county
Jtitllie au notary public; Wm. K. Pitcher, com.
broker and Insurance uncut ; R. II. Halrd, city
etieet supervisor; .l. I'h,ili s, carpLiiter and build
er; Ihonias Lewis, attorney and secret arv ; K.V.
Hiene.attornev it-lnw, l)uQuoiii III.; K . C Pace
cashier of cn'tennial Hans, Ashley. III. ; Alnert
llayden, cashier of Georue Conue iy JbCo., Spring
Held. I 1 ; It. M oiinn, attornev-at-law, 18ti Haa
dolph street, Clilra'o; Hon. Itobt. A. Hatcher, at-loriiey-at
law, Chi,rleston, Jlo ; H. I.elKhton,
cashier First National Kauk. Mnart. Iowa.
BEFORE r AND -7 AFTER
Electric Appllmcei art tent on 30 Dm' Trlil.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNQ OR OLD.
Wllo are surfsrln from Nsnvocs naaiWTT,
Lost Mtai.itv, Lick or Nsnva rowssiro
viuoa. wsTisn Wstsssssss, and all those dlseatis
ota I'ltnsoNAL NsTeas reiuitinir from ABi tis and
otiisk I'iesrs. H'e.ly relief and complete msto
rslmii of IlKALTn. V iooh and MiSHOoDOtuBAicriaD.
The irrsnilent iliseovery uf Hit Nineteenth Century.
Bend at uuee fur Illustrated I'sniphlet free, Address
VOLTAIC BElTCO.,MAItHAU, MICH.
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